Two rival lesbian paranormal investigators. A dangerous cursed entity. Long dark nights in the old woods.
Maya Nicholas doesn’t need any help finding ghosts. They find her and talk to her all the time.
Julie Sussman doesn’t need any help either. She solves plenty of cases, both normal and paranormal, without any special abilities.
When they learn that both of them have been hired to find a teenager, lost decades ago in the haunted Promontory Woods, they are not happy. But when they find the teenager’s ghost and discover that she, along with many other spirits, are being held captive by an evil entity, they have to work together.
Or they, along with many others, will never leave the woods again.
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Elizabeth kindly answered a few questions about her latest book
Why did you write this book?
I wanted a book where lesbians could have some fabulous adventures with their friends and do cool things like hunt ghosts.
What do you like best about this book?
The fact that these friends are always available for each other, especially if it involves ghosts.
Can you tell the readers something about The Curse of the Old Woods that they might not know just from reading the book?
I am a former journalist who covered influenza vaccine distribution and influenza outbreaks for many years. I’m fascinated by the 1918 influenza pandemic, and that is why it plays a significant part in the book.
In ten words or less, tell us why we should buy this book?
Two rival lesbian paranormal investigators. Long nights in the woods.
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